WimbledonMuseum (@WimbledonMuseum)


Thank you for coming and taking on the story hunt! We love these photos 🏆 https://t.co/nWPR02HDgG
We went along to catch up with Beatrice and talk more about the umbrellas as part of a short film which will celebr… https://t.co/kWDKOt1lI6
Our Project continues with a visit to @WimbledonUAL. Beatrice is a 2nd year Production Arts for Screen student and… https://t.co/hhS9yhH2PF
Major Wingfield was a pioneer of lawn tennis in the 1870s. He was also a dog lover as seen by this tombstone for h… https://t.co/JZj30SB0MD
In 1885, Ernest Barratt-Smith entered the Gentlemen's Doubles with Herbert Chipp, author of 'Lawn Tennis Recollect… https://t.co/G5gjU4njW1
Join us on 31 March for our next British Sign Language interpreted tour to go behind the scenes of The All England… https://t.co/hP114CjKRL
We're working with the fantastic @heartsand_minds as part of our 2019 community art project. The group are explorin… https://t.co/pn149g1M1A
*New Vacancy: Curator* Closing date 3 March Our award-winning museum welcomes 90,000 people a year. If you have ex… https://t.co/kpcokHd2vq
Say hello to Hannah, Sophie, Kim and Cerys! These Primary Education students from @RoehamptonUni are helping to del… https://t.co/VPirbaB8On
RT @GillRenfree: Really enjoyable day spent @Wimbledon with the 2nd year #SBM students focusing on the business of Wimbledon - big thanks t…
Everyone ‘loves’ an ace tennis pun (right?) – and on Valentine's day, #love is indeed the word! This card from 1935… https://t.co/J6XzL60F1i
Come and enjoy a family day out this half-term! Borrow our new backpacks -'Tennis Time Travellers' - full of fun ac… https://t.co/K6KmsWFlqe
When it comes to excuses for not defending your Wimbledon title, they don't come much better than this one from 188… https://t.co/MN4wqWDT2T
The Collections team are enjoying these 1930s-style #tennis players, with their chic hairstyles and clothing – we r… https://t.co/xqwlNwHlkD
Alan Little MBE (1928-2017) was the man who first had the idea for a Museum and Library at Wimbledon. As Wimbledon'… https://t.co/4dgtZD1TpJ
Ever wondered how you could keep your #tennis balls clean in the early 20th century? We came across this ingenious… https://t.co/zFA3mQPrpx
Our Museum Learning team works in partnership with @WimbledonFdn to support the development and education of young… https://t.co/XLZHHjgJsJ
Most tennis fans are familiar with the Official Wimbledon Annual. But did you know that, between 1990 and 2001, a G… https://t.co/bIk6O3pe0A
Think you've got what it takes to reach a Grand Slam final? Come and test your skills on our brand new reaction sta… https://t.co/96sDMlXYTv
With the Australian Open on, we’ve been looking at items from #Australia in our Museum collection. This brightly-co… https://t.co/esXCKTzj1M

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